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Sweet, vulnerable IoT devices compromised 6 min after going online

Gone in 360 seconds, says researcher

Dell bundles bundle of systems-bundlers into its IoT van

Secure or not, it's great if someone's making money

Puny human sailors still needed... until drone machine learning tech catches up

RN admiral insists robots won't replace sailors, for now

Huge DDoS attacks are about to get bigger: Mirai bots infect Sierra Wireless gateways

Default password in cellular modem firmware exploited

Drone exercise will transform future naval warfare, says Navy

But not quite in a Rise of the Machines way ... for now

Wi-Fi baby heart monitor may have the worst IoT security of 2016

Gaping security holes, but a fix may be coming for Owlet

Decade-old SSH vuln exploited by IoT botnet armies to hose servers

Internet of Unpatchable Things

A robot kitchen? Whatever. Are you stupid enough to fall for this?

Stump up £30k for a year of grocery deliveries and some sketchy promises

Pocket C.H.I.P. makers go Pro with cloud-linked ARM-flexing module for IoT gizmo builders

Pics From cute game dev to serious mass production

Internet of Things botnets: You ain’t seen nothing yet

SSSh*t just got real

AT&T pilots dedicated IoT mobile network

But it will cost more than your mobile phone

Devs! Here's how to secure your IoT network, in, uh, 75 easy pages

Cloud Security Alliance releases 'hefty' report ... and it's pretty handy

Invasion of the virus-addled lightbulbs (and other banana stories)

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Why Pinky? What are we doing tomorrow?

Internet of pills plan calls for drugs to tell you when to take them

Smartphone app will send reminders to E-Ink labels on your favourite medicines

OK Google, Alexa, why can't I choose my own safe, er, wake word?

Analysis Hey Cortana: It's all about the syllables

My Nest smoke alarm was great … right up to the point it went nuts

Hands-on When smart things go wrong

What's not to love about IoT – you can spy on customers as they arrive

IPExpo Another set of terrifyingly Orwellian use cases

‘You can’t opt out of IoT’: Our future is the Rise of the Sensor Machines

IPExpo Imagine a boot transmitting data about human faces forever, says Comms365

Ericsson’s patent pool is far from the new start the IoT needs

Analysis Qualcomm signs up, but not Google or Apple – or even Nokia

Pisspoor IoT security means it'd be really easy to bump off pensioners

Oi, digi-utopians. Start putting your house in order, says CW event speaker

Sad reality: Look, no one's going to patch their insecure IoT gear

'Consumers are ready to roll the dice with their privacy every time they buy a gadget'

Internet of Things security? Start with who owns the data

Cambridge Wireless event chews the fat over key questions

152k cameras in 990Gbps record-breaking dual DDoS

Hacked low-powered cameras and internet-of-things things

Security man Krebs' website DDoS was powered by hacked Internet of Things botnet

Internet of Amazingly Insecure Tat? That's the one

US Homeland Security launches IoT willy-waving campaign

Our policies are gonna be the best, ignore all the rest

Intel taps baton, tells the IoT orchestra to tune up

Chipzilla updates dev environment for Thing connectivity

What says Internet of Things better than a Bluetooth-controlled smart candle?

We're not making this up, it's a real product's Digital Catapult wheels out Central London IoT network

It's free. Now find something it can actually be useful for

The Internet of Things isn't just for Bluetooth toothbrushes, y'know

Thingmonk Getting hot and sweaty at a London IoT shindig

Printers now the least-secure things on the internet

BitDefender's senior threat analyst Bogdan Botezatu despairs of IoT security

Nest developers become Oompa-Loompas in Google shake-up

Alphabet soups up Android with more IoT

Windows 10 Anniversary on a Raspberry Pi: Another look at IoT Core

Hands on Neat platform but should we just use Linux?

IoT manufacturer caught fixing security holes

Smart lock maker August fails to ignore flaws

The Internet of Cows is moo-ving fast … no bull!

'Connected Cow' kit, including 'managed mating', will fatten tenfold to $10bn market

I got the power – over your IoT power-point

It never gets better, does it?

Wanna build your own drone? Intel emits Linux-powered x86 brains for DIY flying gizmos

IDF16 Plus other developer kits: Joule and Euclid

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